Secure Transportation News – Issue 2

Time is a CEO’s most valuable resource — here are all the people the .01% hire to keep their households running smoothly

An older article from Business Insider Magazine. – These are some of the salary numbers from the article Chauffeur/Driver with a salary range of $80,000 – $100,000; Executive Protection with a salary range of $90,000 – $125,000.

Time is a CEO’s most valuable resource — here are all the people the .01% hire to keep their households running smoothly

An older article from Business Insider Magazine. – These are some of the salary numbers from the article Chauffeur/Driver with a salary range of $80,000 – $100,000; Executive Protection with a salary range of $90,000 – $125,000.


Differences Between Executive Protection Professionals and Bodyguards – TorchStone Global

An excerpt from the article says it all – “I want to take some time to examine the characteristics that separate executive protection professionals from the goons and why the latter should be avoided by those seeking protection.”

Differences Between Executive Protection Professionals and Bodyguards – TorchStone Global

An excerpt from the article says it all – “I want to take some time to examine the characteristics that separate executive protection professionals from the goons and why the latter should be avoided by those seeking protection.”


Exclusive: 5 tips to protect your vehicles from cyber attack | ISJ International Security Journal

In every single sector, cybersecurity is an ever-imminent threat. However, when it comes to fleet management and large vehicles, threats are harder to counteract and potentially manage. As vehicles become smarter, so does the risk and the reward for hackers of cybersecurity attacks on cars, vans, and other vehicles. If your fleet has any smart features, it may not have significant impacts at the minute, but in five or ten years, when technology is more significantly developed, then this becomes a problem.

Exclusive: 5 tips to protect your vehicles from cyber attack | ISJ International Security Journal

In every single sector, cybersecurity is an ever-imminent threat. However, when it comes to fleet management and large vehicles, threats are harder to counteract and potentially manage. As vehicles become smarter, so does the risk and the reward for hackers of cybersecurity attacks on cars, vans, and other vehicles. If your fleet has any smart features, it may not have significant impacts at the minute, but in five or ten years, when technology is more significantly developed, then this becomes a problem.


Facebook Spent Over $23 Million USD on Mark Zuckerberg’s Security in 2020

Citing negative sentiments towards the company in recent events. ISDA went through the Security Exchange Commission(SEC) SCHEDULE 14A Facebook Filing and did some quick analysis – the total dollars spent by Facebook on Personal Security was close to 35 Million dollars. A quick search found that four of the top 10 Fortune companies spend 45 Million dollars on personal security.

Facebook Spent Over $23 Million USD on Mark Zuckerberg’s Security in 2020

Citing negative sentiments towards the company in recent events. ISDA went through the Security Exchange Commission(SEC) SCHEDULE 14A Facebook Filing and did some quick analysis – the total dollars spent by Facebook on Personal Security was close to 35 Million dollars. A quick search found that four of the top 10 Fortune companies spend 45 Million dollars on personal security.


Why windshield repair is much more complicated than it used to be
If you have a late-model car with driver assistance technologies, your windshield is probably a high-tech component, not just a way to keep bugs out of your …
Why windshield repair is much more complicated than it used to be
If you have a late-model car with driver assistance technologies, your windshield is probably a high-tech component, not just a way to keep bugs out of your …


Security Guards and Vehicle Safety: What Policies Should Your Firm Have?

The article from El Dorado Insurance is about vehicles used for security patrols. Vehicle safety and guidelines don’t just improve security patrols or driving behavior: They also play a key role in protecting a security firm from liability and other issues related to poor vehicle performance. In the wrong situations – or without the right preparation – a vehicle can be a source of serious damage or bodily harm. The best way to avoid liability issues is with proper policies regarding vehicles. You can easily adapt guidelines to the current scope of your firm, but here are important ideas to help get started!

Security Guards and Vehicle Safety: What Policies Should Your Firm Have?

The article from El Dorado Insurance is about vehicles used for security patrols. Vehicle safety and guidelines don’t just improve security patrols or driving behavior: They also play a key role in protecting a security firm from liability and other issues related to poor vehicle performance. In the wrong situations – or without the right preparation – a vehicle can be a source of serious damage or bodily harm. The best way to avoid liability issues is with proper policies regarding vehicles. You can easily adapt guidelines to the current scope of your firm, but here are important ideas to help get started!


The Professional’s Guide to Planning, Managing, and Providing Secure Transportation by Joseph Autera

An excerpt from the Foreword authored by Tony Scotti

“Joe expertly uses the secure transportation triangle  The Driver – The Vehicle and the Environment to take the reader, whether new to the profession or the seasoned practitioners, through the book’s three sections and nineteen chapters separated into the three corners of the triangle. I am confident that it will not be the kind of book you read once and then store it in a bookcase. Readers will use it as a reference source.

So, I say with 100% certainty, like everything else VDI and Joe has done in the past, The Professional Guide to Planning, Managing, and Providing Secure Transportation will meet and exceed your expectations.”

The Professional’s Guide to Planning, Managing, and Providing Secure Transportation by Joseph Autera

An excerpt from the Foreword authored by Tony Scotti

“Joe expertly uses the secure transportation triangle  The Driver – The Vehicle and the Environment to take the reader, whether new to the profession or the seasoned practitioners, through the book’s three sections and nineteen chapters separated into the three corners of the triangle. I am confident that it will not be the kind of book you read once and then store it in a bookcase. Readers will use it as a reference source.

So, I say with 100% certainty, like everything else VDI and Joe has done in the past, The Professional Guide to Planning, Managing, and Providing Secure Transportation will meet and exceed your expectations.”